February 17th, 2007

In the news take2


Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-88)

Basquiat was a self-taught artist who first gained attention for his graffitti in New York. He worked with Andy Warhol and gained international recognition. Coming from a mixed race background -- his father was Haitian-American, his mother was Puerto Rican -- Basquiat used his heritage as inspiration in his work and is credited with bringing the African-American and Latino experience to the high-art world. He died at the age of 27 of a drug overdose, but his short-lived career has had profound effects on the international art world



Please read this one

Black kids' self image - no progress 2/14/2007 9:00:00 AM

17-year-old New York high school student and filmmaker Kiri Davis recreates the famous "doll study" cited in Brown v. Board of Education to demonstrate harmful effects of racism and racial segregation on young children.


this is just bizarre.Paraglider survived in storm at 32,000 ft 17/02/2007



House Rejects Troop Surge in Iraq February 17, 2007

House of Representatives Approves Measure Opposing Troop Increase in Iraq


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